Tag Archives: Murray Rothbard

The Death Wish of the Anarcho-Communists

Mises Daily: Friday, June 02, 2006 by Murray N. Rothbard [This article first appeared in The Libertarian Forum , January 1, 1970.] Now that the New Left has abandoned its earlier loose, flexible non-ideological stance, two ideologies have been adopted as guiding theoretical positions … Continue reading

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Anarcho-Capitalism: An Annotated Bibliography

By Hans-Hermann Hoppe via LewRockwell.com Here is the essential reading on anarcho-capitalism, which might also be called the natural order, private-property anarchy, ordered anarchy, radical capitalism, the private-law society, or society without a state. This is not intended to be a … Continue reading

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Dictatorships

Did you ever wonder why the uSSA government is so fond of dictatorships? — jtl, 419 By Murray N. Rothbard via LewRockwell.com Mises.org This first appeared in The Libertarian Forum, Volume VII, NO.7, July, 1975 For sixty years, American foreign policy has been … Continue reading

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Who Killed the Constitution?

A transcript of the Lew Rockwell Show episode 003 with Tom Woods. Listen to the podcast ANNOUNCER:  This is the Lew Rockwell Show. ROCKWELL:  We’re very lucky today to have Dr. Tom Woods.  Tom is senior fellow in American history … Continue reading

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The Non-Aggression Axiom

A transcript of the Lew Rockwell Show episode 11 with Walter Block. Listen to the podcast ANNOUNCER:  This is the Lew Rockwell Show. ROCKWELL:  Dr. Walter Block has to be one of the most prolific scholars in America.  He’s written … Continue reading

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Who Are the Real Anarchists?

by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Daily Those interested in anarchist thought should be sure to sign up for David Gordon’s Mises Academy course, History of Anarchist Thought, beginning next Tuesday, September 17. Register here. Few political ideologies are as … Continue reading

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The Libertarian Paradox

Why is it so difficult to persuade people of what they implicitly believe already? I have grappled with that question for many years. But, like most things libertarian, the answer is very simple once someone like Lew Rockwell explains it. … Continue reading

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The Anti-Rothbard Cult

A transcript of the Lew Rockwell Show episode 297 with Tom Woods discussing the Anti-Rothbard Cult Recently by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.: ‘The Question Libertarians Just Can’t Answer’, Part IIListen to the podcast ROCKWELL: At the recent Mises University, Tom Woods gave quite an … Continue reading

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Why Neocons Are Freaking Out Over Lincoln

Nothing could be further from the truth than Lincoln’s notion that America was founded on the idea of egalitarianism. by Thomas J. DiLorenzo Recently by Thomas DiLorenzo: Copperhead: Words That Got a U.S. Congressman Deported When Obama went before the United … Continue reading

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Why Be Libertarian?

by Murray N. Rothbard Mises.org This essay is chapter 15 of the book Egalitarianism As a Revolt Against Nature. Why be libertarian, anyway? By this we mean, what’s the point of the whole thing? Why engage in a deep and … Continue reading

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